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African Diaspora Retention: The Djeli (Griot/tte) and the Calypsonian of Trinidad and Tobago

Babacar M'Bow

Abstract


In recent years, one of the most exiting developments in African Diaspora Studies has been the growing interest in research of similarities of cultural practices and concepts, social organization, knowledge production and dissemination across the world for communities that have been separated for more than four hundred years.

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West Africa Review. ISSN: 1525-4488 (online).
Editors: Adeleke Adeeko, Nkiru Nzegwu, Tejumola Olaniyan and Olufemi Taiwo; Book Editor: .

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